The release of the World Peace Issue of Elixir by Royel has been highly anticipated for months now. The breathtaking artwork and powerful message have created a buzz in the art community, but what many don’t know is the deep spiritual significance behind the issue. We sat down with Shannon Klein, Mitchell Royel’s spiritual advisor, to gain insight into the inspiration behind the issue.
Ms. Klein’s role in the development of the World Peace Issue was instrumental. Her spiritual guidance and unwavering faith have played a significant part in Mr. Royel’s creative vision. “The issue speaks to the soul,” says Ms. Klein. “It’s not just about the art, but the message behind it. It’s about finding peace within ourselves and spreading that peace to others.”
Nyakim Gatwech, the cover star of the World Peace Issue, was an obvious choice for Ms. Klein and Mr. Royel. Nyakim’s story of overcoming adversity and celebrating diversity aligns perfectly with the message of the issue. “Nyakim is a symbol of hope,” explains Ms. Klein. “She represents the beauty of diversity in all its forms.”
As we delve deeper into the conversation, Ms. Klein shares her personal journey of faith and how it has been instrumental in shaping her perspective on art and compassion. “For me, spirituality is the foundation of everything I do,” she says. “It’s through faith that I find the courage to pursue my passions and make a difference in the world.”
Ms. Klein’s spiritual journey led her to Las Vegas, where she found a calling as a spiritual advisor and philanthropist. Her work is centered around empowering women and spreading the message of love and compassion. “Las Vegas may seem like an unlikely place for spiritual growth, but it’s where I found my true calling,” explains Ms. Klein.
As we wrap up the interview, Ms. Klein leaves us with a powerful message that encapsulates the essence of the World Peace Issue of Elixir by Royel. “Art has the power to heal and unite us all. It’s up to us to spread the message of peace and compassion to the world.”
Indeed, the World Peace Issue of Elixir by Royel is a testament to the power of art and spirituality. It serves as a reminder that there is still hope for humanity amidst chaos and uncertainty.